The Script live in Manila 2013


The Script Live in Manila on March 31, 2013 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum

Ticket Prices:
PATRON VIP (PT101 & 103 Rows A-J) – P7,420
PATRON REGULAR (PT101 & 103 Rows K-T and PT104 – PT115 ) – P5,830
LOWER BOX CENTER (LB200 & LB201) – P5,300
LOWER BOX REG (LB202 – LB215) – P4,770
UPPER A (UA) – P2,650
UPPER B (UB) – P1,590

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The Script returns to Manila as part of their #3 World Tour on March 31, 2013 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum brought to you by Midas Promotions.

The past four years have seen The Script become one of the biggest, best-loved bands in the world. The trio, Danny O’Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power, have so far sold four million albums and a staggering nine million singles. Despite selling millions of albums and playing in front of thousands all over the world, what is most striking about The Script is how little they’ve changed. In a South London studio, fizzing with excitement about their new songs, the three best friends have lost none of their passion for making music. They’re still a self-sufficient unit who write, play and produce every song themselves. They’re still perfectionists who obsess over every lyric and pour their soul into songs because they truly believe great music makes a difference.

Like The Script’s meticulously-crafted, meaningful songs, there is more to the seemingly obvious album title than first meets the eye. Yes, ‘#3’ is their third album. But it’s also the power of three–three people, three equals, whose combined input is what makes The Script special. It was written and recorded in Studio 3 at Battersea’s Sphere Studios, home to the band and their equipment for the first six months of 2012. And ‘#3’ sums up the theme of the album – ‘music for the head, heart and feet’ was a mantra The Script stuck to from the moment they opened the Pandora’s Box of ideas– aka the self-built mobile studio they took on tour last year — to the day they handed ‘#3′, two months early, to their record label.

“There’s a synergy to three,” says singer Danny O’Donoghue. “If you delve into it — which we tend to do with everything — it’s a lucky number, in the past a religious number. But the title is mostly about us. As any geek fan of the band could tell you, we’re all extremely different people, but magic happens when you mix us together. Well, magic or a car crash, which is how we describe the songs we scrap.”

#3’ should have been The Script’s most difficult album to make. After their eponymously-titled debut topped the British and Irish charts in 2008 and sold more than two million copies worldwide, its successor, 2010’s ‘Science and Faith’, sent The Script supernova. In the States, it entered the charts at No.3, spawned a huge radio hit in ‘For The First Time’ and saw the band move up to arenas. In South Africa, they found themselves playing to crowds of 18,000; tours of Australia were extended across Asia. As guitarist Mark Sheehan says, “Success was ours to lose.”

Immediately obvious was that ‘#3’ would see a return to the rhythmic, hip-hop and R&B-influenced sound of their debut. But it had to be organic, to rely on real instruments, rather than the synthesized sounds so prevalent in today’s pop. The Script looked to the live hip-hop bands they loved growing up, such as A Tribe Called Quest, for inspiration.

As ever, Danny and Mark struggled with the lyrics, staring them down and mixing them round — Mark likens the process to completing a Rubik’s Cube — until they conveyed the exact emotions they had in mind. The trio agree that, lyrically, ‘#3’ is by far their best album to date — more personal, more emotional and much more optimistic. The message — music for the head, heart and feet — is self-belief, soldering on and achieving your dreams.

Don’t miss The Script on March 31, 2013  as they perform their previous hits “Breakeven,” “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved,” “For The First Time,”  and new songs from the album ‘#3’ such as “Hall Of Fame,” “Six Degrees of Separation,” and the current single “If You Could See Me Now.”

The Script Live in Manila 2013 is presented by Midas Promotions and co-presented by FOX and StarWorld, with media partners MYX, Business World,  Mellow 94.7, 99.5 PlayFM, Philippine Concerts, Manila Concert Scene and Special thanks to: Ivory Music & Video, Sony Music Philippines, Astroplus, Odyssey Music and Video and Edsa Shangri-La Manila.

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No Ticket Selling in the Comments Section. 68 thoughts on “The Script live in Manila 2013”

  1. cess says:

    Excited na ako! Sobraaaa! :))

  2. mj says:


    1. “Good Ol’ Days”
    2. “We Cry”
    3. “Hall Of Fame”
    4. “Science & Faith”
    5. “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved”
    6. “Before The Worst”
    7. “If You Ever Come Back”
    8. “If You See Kay”
    9. “Talk You Down”
    10. “Give The Love Around”
    11. “Nothing”
    12. “The End Where I Begin”
    13. “I’m Yours”
    14. “Six Degrees Of Separation”


    1. “Rusty Halo”
    2. “You Won’t Feel A Thing”
    3. “Breakeven”
    4. “If You Could See Me Now”
    5. “For The First Time”

    Source: Wikipedia

  3. ellaine says:

    Hi. I beg of you. Anyone, with extra ticket. Please please contact me. [email protected]

  4. OMG! I was run out of ticket. Who do have an available ticket please can I have one??? I am now dying coz I don’t have ticket now of The Script!! PLEASE PLEASE!!

  5. kristine says:

    waaaaaaaaahhh bakit sold out na!!!! gusto ulit manood!!!!!!!!!! bad trip 🙁

  6. tc says:

    sana totoo yun meet and greet to all ticket holders… i’m just going to manila to watch their concert sana bonus nlng yun meet and
    greet… 😉

  7. greggy lucman says:

    wala naba kaung alam na nagbe2nta pa ng tickets?? upper a or b?? Please..! i’m dying to watch it.. !! parang ndi mabobuo ung 2013 ko kung ndi ako mkapanood..

  8. Kathrina says:

    Meron pang ticket online….nakabili pa po upper box a.. ^_^ sa ticket net….

  9. Sophia Baes says:

    S> UPPER B ticket on the script concert tomorrow. Got 1 extra, my friend wasn’t able to fly here in manila. PM me if interested. Sophia Clarice Baes on fb.

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